Our early arrival allowed us a couple of extra days locally before moving into a grand apartment in the centre of town. Jacqueline and Tania’s summer holiday destination along with another six friends who came and went throughout the week. It was great to see everyone, to spend chilled time in one place, to have everything on the doorstep, sunny roof top terrace, bars, restaurants, cafes, shops, we could do all our food shopping on our street alone, without venturing further. The beach five minutes stroll away and in a lovely peaceful location. One of the great things we love about Sitges is it’s gay friendliness, it feels safe, comfortable and there is a relaxed atmosphere that spreads throughout the whole town.
Needless to say we had a great time, our time flew by, I don’t think I have ever spent so much time in the sea, nor have I cycled every morning on holiday ever before. I checked on Percy each day, parked in a free car park up on the hill, a bit remote, but overlooked by blocks of flats and a police station and surrounded by his kind, all was fine when we came to depart.